If you have been to church often, if you are church refugee, if you have never been to church, you are welcome at Richmond Uniting. Here are our details of worship as we journey to Good Friday and Easter Day. Everyone is invited. Maundy Thursday 18th April at 7.30pm Worship in the Courtyard as we lean into the story of Jesus’ last...

When people find out that I am a minister (and not the political kind) often their first question is 'what do you do?' Do you lead worship /mass/ services on Sundays? Often people struggle for the words to describe this. I answer that I do. Then sometimes, the next question people ask is 'but what do you do on the other...

We will worship at 9am as we gather to the scandalous cross....

All are welcome to gather for our worship in the courtyard at Richmond Uniting as we lean into the story of the night Jesus was betrayed. A service of readings, song and silence...

Maundy Thursday 29th March at 7.30pm in the courtyard Leaning into the story of the night Jesus was betrayed Good Friday 30th March 2018 at 9am Gathering at the foot of the scandalous cross Ecumenical Stations of the Cross on Good Friday at 10.30am Beginning in Citizens’ Park, Church Street, we will walk together Easter Day Sunday 1st April at 10am Celebrating the wonder of the Divine’s...

On the Fourth Sunday of the month we are worshipping at 5pm around a communal table The Fourth at Five provides an opportunity to reconnect with patterns of worship in the early church: We share in a simple meal together as we worship around a communal table, chew over sacred texts together and share in Holy Communion. If you would like to...

In worship at Richmond Uniting we seek to create space for authentic, transformative worship of the Divine who comes to us in Jesus and reaches out to us in Spirit. We take the bible seriously, not literally, as we wrestle with what it means to walk the way of Jesus. We explore this sacred text in context: in the contexts in which...

On the Fourth Sunday of the month we worship at 5pm around a communal table (no morning worship on this day). The Fourth at Five provides an opportunity to reconnect with ancient patterns of worship from the early church: We share in a simple meal together as we worship around a communal table, chew over sacred texts together and share in Holy...